Texas Music Breakthrough – Week 46

TMP Breakthrough

We have 5 great singles from Jerrett Zoch & OSR Band, Riders Ford, Cory Michael, Danny Camp, and  Brian Lee Findley.  Listen, Share and Request!

 

 

With the release of his debut single, “Your Man”, Cory Michael is quickly stirring up much attention in the Texas Country music scene. The singer/songwriter has been hard at work in 2014 with radio tours, acoustic performances and full band shows across his home state of Texas. Cory has joined the stage with some of the best in the business including Easton Corbin, Cory Morrow, Josh Tuner, Kyle Park and more. He has made appearances on Fox Live in San Angelo and Justin Frazell’s Texas Red Dirt Roads Radio Show. With the heart and soul of a Texas man, Cory’s music is filled with huge hooks, infectious melodies and passionate stories.  Read More…

Website:  http://corymichaelmusic.com/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/corymichaelband

 

Founded in 2008, Riders Ford cut their teeth in the bars and honky-tonks of Oklahoma. They released their first album “We Rage On” in 2010 and with no financial backing the self-produced, self-recorded CD sold over 1,000 copies. With their freshman effort Riders Ford created a full length album that covered an emotional spectrum.  The depth of songwriting and musicality reverberated with fans of red dirt country music. Without organized radio push “We Rage On” received tremendous grass roots support from midwestern radio stations that featured up-and-coming independent country artists. The party anthem “Wormy’s Song” (Let’s Get Drunk & Rodeo) was given unsolicited airplay from Oklahoma City all the way to Kansas City.  Read more…

Website:  http://www.ridersford.com/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/ridersford

 

Danny was born into an artistic home. His mother was a painter and his father played drums in his youth and still plays guitar and writes songs, so it was natural for Danny to pick up his talent from his surroundings. He spent time in the church choir in his younger years and then, as an adult, he was in several praise and worship bands on guitar and drums. He also played drums in a few secular bands along the way. He worked in a factory after High School and realized that he needed more education and enrolled in college. Not having access to his drums he turned to guitar and began writing to fill his musical appetite.  Read more…

Website:  http://www.dannycampmusic.com/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/DannyCampMusic

 

OSR is a Texas Country band based around Huntsville, Texas. OSR’s style of music is greatly influenced from a variety of music genres including Texas Country, Red Dirt Country, Nashville Country, Blues, and Rock. OSR (formerly known as East Texas Sky) was formed by Jerrett Zoch of Centerville, Tx, Daniel Huggins of Centerville, Tx, and Berny Herrera of Jewett, Tx, in May 2010. Since then OSR has been rocking a variety of bars, clubs, public events, and other venues with their blend of their original music and some of their favorite cover songs. Some original songs written by the band have quickly become fan favorites including “Pleasure”, “Stay”, “Your Fool”, “Red Roses”, “Kings and Queens”, “Fireflies”, and “Never Grow Old”. Described as “truly a group of talented musicians” by David Parker of the Leon County Today.  Read more…

Website:  http://jerrettzochandtheosrband.com/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/theOSRB

 

Brian Lee Findley, a working musician was born and raised in Lubbock Texas.  With influences including Led Zepplin, Delbert McClinton, and BB King, Brian has played all genres of music throughout his musical career. His lastest upcoming debut release will boast a Texas country flavor with a little pop rock sprinkled about. Having played all over the West Texas region, Brian can be found these days playing the Lubbock Texas music scene while being accompanied by some of the regions best players and vocalists.  Read more…

Website:  http://www.brianleefindley.com/

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/brianleefindley

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